CPS Research is delighted to announce the launch of our latest clinical research study. This research study has been designed to investigate the effectiveness of a new vaginal mousse treatment for Bacterial Vaginosis.
Did you know that about 1 in 3 women are affected by Bacterial Vaginosis at some point in their lives? Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) is a common condition where the natural balance in the bacteria of the vagina is upset. BV can often go unnoticed and is not serious for the vast majority of women but it can cause embarrassment and discomfort.
This new treatment has been designed to act locally to restore the natural vaginal pH, promoting an environment for the normal bacterial flora. It is thought that by using this treatment every day for 7 days, this can help restore the normal vaginal environment and improve the symptoms of Bacterial Vaginosis, which include an unpleasant odour and discharge. This study involves 3 visits to our clinic at the West of Scotland Science Park in Glasgow, over a 4 to 6-week period. You will receive up to £150 to cover your time and travel costs during your participation in the research.
To be eligible to take part, you must be over the age of 16 but before the age of menopause and currently be showing symptoms of Bacterial Vaginosis.
To find out if you are eligible to take part, take our short survey today here.
If Bacterial Vaginosis is making you feel self-conscious or impacting your life, help others like you by taking part in our research study!
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